Trying to make your wardrobe a little more stylish?
(7 ideas that can help you if you are on a budget!).
Lots of us don’t have the time or inclination to take on a closet overhaul on our own. But there are tons of ways you can make the process easier by helping to declutter your wardrobe, then tossing the pieces that you rarely wear, and even make it more stylish!. Whether you’re looking for some new ideas, a perfect solution for spring cleaning, or a reason to overhaul a closet that has been struggling to become your go-to—this is the perfect list for you.
Before You Do Anything! Before you take on any of the product suggestions on this list, a few notes about keeping your closet organized. First, try to donate everything in your closet that you haven’t worn within the last six months. If it’s not wearable, donate it.
Step 2, let’s see some ways on how to improve your wardrobe on a budget:
1. High-waisted palazzo pants
While these look incredibly stylish, they can be much pricier than a simple black pair. And, although they can work with all types of clothing it's important to get a pair that has good quality. That way you just will be spending time one time, and not simply buying everything over and over again. We love this website for affordable options and great designer finds!
Lyst Fate Palazzo Pant- https://www.gilt.com
2. Ruched sleeve top
Skip the sweater or sweatshirt that you bought in 2008. In a time when top designers (like Isabel Marant and Proenza Schouler) are making easy, lightweight versions that aren’t just functional, they’re also extremely fashion-forward. Of course, the trick here is finding the perfect balance of comfort, price, and style. That’s why we love this top from Asos. It’s soft and comfortable but is not toothy and overpriced like many.
River Island bardot ruched sleeve lace blouse in white - https://www.asos.com/
Pair of wide-leg pants (why not Zebra print?!)
After seeing dozens of women walk by wearing a pair of wide-leg pants, we have finally found a pair that we think can actually pull off any boring outfit. Yes, it may seem like a lot going on, but trust us: it looks cool. If you think this is way too much for you we also got you another option!. A pair of wide-leg pants in any other color like baby blue or simply black can always help!
Black co ord zebra print loungewear pants y ASYOU satin wide leg pants in mint
3. Fringe-trim button-down jacket
The trend has a lot going for it—it’s great for a transitional season, and you don’t need to invest in a ton of new pieces to pull it off. Try adding a few stacked bracelets and cool sneakers or high knee boots to pull the look!
SHINY FRINGE JACKET
4. White long-sleeve tee
Wear this white top with black pants for a stylish way to recycle a slightly worn piece you don't need to donate! ( for sure!).
Long sleeve fitted shirt in stretch cotton in white
5. One-shoulder satin bodysuit
While it’s chic and slightly preppy, the one-shoulder bodysuit won’t scream “I'm having a hard time with my strapless bra”—all it will say is “I’m a comfortable, classic person who cares about her style.”
CHAMPAGNE SATIN ONE SHOULDER BALLOON SLEEVE BODYSUIT
6. Put on the Ruffles
One of the best ways to make your boring wardrobe stand out is to turn it into something more interesting with a small change like adding a ruffle or a sheer pattern. Ruffles add a youthful, flirty look that can make your winter wardrobe feel just a little bit more resort!
BLACK RUFFLE HEM OFF SHOULDER LONG SLEEVE TOP
7. High-waisted flared plaid skirt
Wearing a pretty skirt, even just once a week will give you endless styling options. Wear the skirt with a classic white T-shirt for a balanced look—or try the skirt with a sweater, or a blazer.
Lastly How to improve your wardrobe on a budget: When it comes to getting dressed, the basics should always be in play. That means making sure your blouses are easily adjustable and your shirts are actually ironed. A lot of women wear blouses that are oversized or seem to have been hanging in the closet for decades. So try to keep them very simple. “Less is more,” says Karyn Grossman, fashion and beauty editor of SheKnows, a fashion and lifestyle website. “A plain, simple blouse or shirt or t-shirt is the simplest way to get away with adding very little to your wardrobe.”
Not sure where to start?
Try this technique: Pick five tops that you own that you don’t really like or haven't worn in a while. Donate those or sell them on Poshmark, Facebook group, to your friends, you name it!. After that, simply get some inspo from Pinterest with current trends and start having fun. Believe us, sometimes you have enough clothes, you just don't know how to combine them. And it's ok! We are all here to learn!. Also, is very important to keep in mind that sometimes it's easier to just understand that it's better to have two good quality white shirts you can wear forever and look perfect than 100 shirts from a random low-cost brand that will break after two times washing and of course, will make you buy another one, meaning: more cash spent!. It's always better to have all of your basic pieces made from good quality fabrics!. Gilt, for example, a website we mention here, is very good to find designer finds at very good affordable prices and under $100!. The trendiest pieces, the ones you won't be using over and over again, because, let's face it: trends pass, are the ones you can actually get from lower price point stores. In the end, how many times are you gonna wear red zebra pants in your life!? right!? lol! We hope you enjoyed this blog post as much as we did!! If you are looking for more ideas on how to style your clothes you may like this blog post too!
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